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Arroyos y Esteros
also called "La Esmeralda de las Cordilleras"

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  1. a district of the Cordillera Department, Paraguay

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  2. Priest Fidel Maiz, he was born in Arroyos y Esteros and was a very important character during the War of the Triple Alliance

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  3. Its name describes exactly the real aspect of this place which is surrounded by swamps and streams

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  4. also named Tobatí Tuyá which is one of the river of this region

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  5. Its founder, Governor Pedro Melo de Portugal called it "Chapel Duarte", but in 1849 Carlos Antonio López named it "Arroyos y Esteros"

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